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May 25 in history

567 BC – Servius Tullius, king of Rome, celebrated a triumph for his victory over the Etruscans.

240 BC – First recorded perihelion passage of… 934 more words


Faster Horses (The Cowboy and the Poet)

‘…He was an old philosopher, of course!’

This song never fails to make me smile. Thanks for the song, Tom T. Hall!

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Ivory Towers vs. Grass Roots

“I told him I was a poet
I was lookin’ for the truth
I do not care for horses
Whiskey women or the loot

I said I was a writer…

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Words To The Wise OR Not

Musical Diversity

Diversity is a word we are all familiar with today. And that isn’t a bad thing. If we hear the word “diversity” it is usually in reference to skin color. 1,040 more words

Middle Age

Album Review: Dave Adkins - 'Dave Adkins'

Big-voiced bluegrass singer Dave Adkins has just released a second solo album which is worth checking out. Musically this is solid bluegrass with a dominant banjo, but what makes it stand out is Adkins’ voice. 453 more words

Album Reviews